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Top ten posts of 2009

31 Dec

Well, it’s the afternoon of New Year’s Eve and I’ve failed so far to come up with a poignant year-end post for the blog.  I wrote sort of a year-ender for the newspaper, which I’ll post here tomorrow.  But since most media outlets are highlighting their top ten stories for the year, I’ll list BonnevilleMariner.com’s top ten posts of 2009.

Mind you, I’m going strictly by number of views over the year.  Here they are:

10. Friday Funnies: Jimmy Dean Sausage complaint call

9. Old Saltair: Ruins are all that remain of “Coney Island of the West”

8. Search for Hawaiian petroglyphs in Skull Valley ends in discovery

7. Introducing Stacy Grubb: Songs from a West Virginia wildflower

6. Forgotten ghost town of Clifton reminds visitors of mining’s boom-and-bust times

5. Zee Avi’s debut album a vocal and instrumental masterpiece

4. Dispatches from the Gulf Coast: The Honey Island Swamp

3. Zee Avi’s “Bitter Heart” brightens mine

2. Remote geode beds allow rockhounds to search for buried treasure

Drumroll, please…

1. Perfect tinfoil dinner requires simplicity – plus a few tricks

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2 Comments

Posted by on December 31, 2009 in Holiday Related

 

2 responses to “Top ten posts of 2009

  1. MyLifeOutdoors

    January 26, 2010 at 4:36 pm

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